8 thoughts on Aquarian - Sleep - Sleeps Holy Mountain (CD, Album)

  1. Tazil   Nigrel
    Oct 01,  · Tracklist: Dragonaut The Druid Evil Gypsy / Solomon's Theme Some Grass Aquarian Holy Mountain .
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  2. Akinole   Douramar
    Recorded at Razors Edge, S.F. On back: (C)& (P) Earache Records Limited. Manufactured and printed in the USA. This album is dedicated to the memory of Robbie Buck Sr (R.I.P) "If you have any Orange amplification for sale contact Sleep through Earache Records". Second catalogue number found on rear cover under barcode and disc/5(38).
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  3. Akijas   Vujinn
    Editors' Notes Sleep cut ties with their sludge past and dove into neo-Sabbath doom and stoner metal on their landmark album, Sleep’s Holy etherexthazecuhawdotibantiobe.coinfo power trio’s lumbering chugs wander through prehistoric landscapes covered in mountains of fuzz and whirling vocal effects (“Dragonaut”) and continue into shadowy nether realms wherein monk-like chants ride throbbing, meditative riffs.
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  4. Zululrajas   Dazragore
    Originally released by Earache in The repress in consists of on green vinyl released in the US and on gram black vinyl released in the UK. Other Versions (5 .
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  5. Kazigar   Fenrigis
    Sleep’s Holy Mountain Tracklist. 1. Aquarian Lyrics. 6. Holy Mountain Lyrics. 17K 7. Inside the Sun More Sleep albums The Sciences.
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  6. Kigami   Taulabar
    Allmusic. Sleep's Holy Mountain (also known as Holy Mountain) is the second studio album by the American band Sleep. It was released in November in Europe, and March in the USA through Earache Records.
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  7. Shakazil   Bralabar
    Sleep cut ties with their sludge past and dove into neo-Sabbath doom and stoner metal on their landmark album, Sleep’s Holy etherexthazecuhawdotibantiobe.coinfo power trio’s lumbering chugs wander through prehistoric landscapes covered in mountains of fuzz and whirling vocal effects (“Dragonaut”) and continue into shadowy nether realms wherein monk-like chants ride throbbing, meditative riffs (“From Beyond”).
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  8. Dahn   Tauhn
    "Sleep's Holy Mountain" is a great album that recalls the old swing beats of early heavy rockers like Nazareth, truly one of the most underrated bands ever, of course, Black Sabbath and their own unique sound. Matt Pike of course is the driving force again with this three piece, at once ultra heavy and spacey. Even "Some Grass" features a banjo/5().
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